Hotel La Suite Kobe Harborland

Address: 7-2 Hatobacho, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 650-0042, Japan | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 7-2 Hatobacho, Chuo-ku, Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Kobe Harborland, Meriken Park, and Kobe Port Tower.
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      Day Twenty-One

      A travel blog entry by delia.brimmer on Jan 30, 2013

      ... one of the best meals I have ever eaten. It started off with a small piece of beef marinated in a sweet sauce, next was rice and then soup. When the main course came I took my first bite and I thought I had died. It was so freaking yummy! The Kobe beef melted in my mouth. Lastly was a sampler of three different deserts, a great way to end the meal. My favorite desert was a raspberry yogurt that ...

      Takoyaki get in my belly!

      A travel blog entry by steveandtam on Dec 28, 2012

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      ... t buy this theory lol). We headed back to the hotel to check in and got our warm gear on before heading to Dotonburi - the famous street lining the river and lit up with thousands of neon signs and chock full of gaming parlours and restaurants all begin for your attention. It was a sensory overload and I loved every minute of it! First stop was some takoyaki (octopus balls) underneath the giant plastic octopus attached to the second story of the building. ...

      Fishy Business

      A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Nov 06, 2012

      186 photos

      ... was a little wasted on us and we didn’t bother paying to go up it but we did have a wonder around the gardens and discovered that seemingly children don’t go to school in Japan they spend their days at local tourist attractions, there were literally huge groups of school children everywhere. Some of the brave ones would practice their English and shout hello at us whilst all the others would giggle and run past. The castle is very pretty and ...

      Japan - the best thing about Japan ever

      A travel blog entry by thepeterhawkins on Jan 26, 2012

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      ... Japan? Shinto-Buddhist Japan? Well yes, so let's look at how it came to this, or chiefly who's responsible for this madness? Unsurprisingly it's the Yanks (Yankie being Japanese slang for kid who wants to look way too cool). US soldiers in Japan after the war were looking for turkey or goose for a Christmas meal and the closest they could find was a bucket of KFC. The habit has caught on and now the Japanese will actually queue up outside KFC to get their Christmas ...

      Dear, dear, deer

      A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Jul 10, 2011

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... towels to wipe the sweat out of stinging eyes.

      It's a lot of gorgeous temples and other buildings but it's so hot we just try to move from shady place to shady place.

      Oh, and there are deer EVERYWHERE. Al bought one pack of crackers to feed them JPY150. Watched one give a school kid a swift kid when they didn't have any crackers for them!

      Al's leg has been playing up a bit so we cut our losses and head back to the station. ...